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a this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great tuesday. >> is live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> it was a violent tonight in the district. four people were shot. good morning, washington. it is july 31. let's get a check on the forecast. >> a very good morning to you. let's go to live super doppler. those of you in southern maryland, you have a nice view of the bay and the thunderstorms. watch out for the lightning this morning. much of the rain is over the water. those showers are not moving. we do not have much wind to push them. 75 right now in washington. 73 at the airport. on our way to 86 for the high temperature. thunder showers off and on throughout the day. they will be slow moving. we warm up to the mid-90's by friday. >> warming up is going to be the volume of traffic. a lot of construction barrels are going to be moved out of the beltway between the bridge. 66 outside the beltway. montgomery county, right here at university boulevard, everything is free except the long-term work. they were working in green
that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great tuesday. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead, federal investigators headed to laytonsville maryland, to figure out what caused a small plane to crash killing one person and injuring another. good morning. it's tuesday, july 17. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. glad to be with you. let's check the forecast with meteorologist steve rudin. >> quiet conditions. a warm start. temperatures will remain above average for the next couple days. 81 degrees. at reagan national degrees clear skies to the west. mid 60's in oakland and cumberland, 70 in winchester. in terms of the satellite and radar, there's a cold front of to the north and west of us. that will impact our weather tomorrow. look at the project by temperatures -- projected high temperatures. approaching 100 at reagan national. temperatures will have a hard time falling below 80 degrees in many locations overnight. highs near 100 degrees tomorrow. the full fo
, and virginia are recommending people use to stay off the roads today. still inf them are such bad shape. in rockville in montgomery county, tom roussey reporting . >> bc 7 news pepco talked about the efforts to restore power. they answered the critics as to whether pepco is doing enough. >> this was a catastrophic event. it hit several utilities from the midwest to the mid-atlantic. there's nothing i can do about the weather. we are focused on restoration and responding to what is before us. as we working as hard can. are working 16 hour shifts. we have been working through the hours until every restored.s >> we will have live interviews with the three major power .ompanies in addition to the power , there was damage. it could take weeks to clean it all up. and other debris all over the place. is the starter problems still face. jay korff has more. >> armageddon. war zone in falls church. >> the battle was not mean- but it was over in seconds. crazy, scary. >> the window invited trouble to a massive tree onto the pavement, still blocking traffic on to the pavement. >> the wind was going
, if his eyebrows twitching. he even used evidence bags handd on his hands as puppets. monday.be charged on >> turning to the gambling showdown in maryland. house leaders will meet today on gambling inxpand the state. governor o'malley is untrue announce a special legislative session on the issue. lawmakers are trying to reach a table games and a casino. >> the president wraps up his to the west coast and heads to new orleans. attend a campaign event then willte home and at a second event at the house of blues. he will deliver remarks tonight the national urban league then will fly back to the white house. mitt romney headed overseas but not before launching another political attack. during a stop in reno for an independent thestigation into claims leaks national security information for obama's political gain. stops in the u.k., rael, and poland. the president opposes campaign fundraising and opportunities. >> netflix is blaming the olympics for cyber troubles. linda bell in bloomberg york.arters in new >> apple shares expected to take. the company sold 26,000,005 the third quarter. tha
. satellite and radar, we have a system across the carolinas that will lift northward and bring us more heat and humidity for the upcoming weekend. the feature cast looks like this. if you showers later this afternoon, mainly south of d.c. will not amount to a whole lot. our forecast is 85 to 90 degrees. the air is comfortable, winds are 42 8 miles per hour. tonight, temperatures mostly cloudy, temperatures to the middle 70's. details in a few minutes. >> i will show you what you can expect on the highway. that is quite traffic. here is new hampshire happening. long-term work on new -- university boulevard. no delays. caring you over to colesville road. in good shape. in virginia, normal travel times. good in and out of baltimore. the toll road is clear on 66. more to come from traffic but now back to news. >> for clock 32 right now. one person was killed in a two- car crash on the inner loop of the beltway. >> this happened between georgia avenue and kohl's the road -- colesville road. one person died. the investigation is still under lock -- investigation. >> this is a man wanted. he -- t
on utah avenue. >> we knew that it was an older tree and that would have to come down. this will be used to clean up. >> no reports of injury, but the neighborhood is without power. pepco says it is aware of the situation, but cannot say when crews will be able to restore electricity. >> people are dealing with the defects of the storm in hillcrest heights in prince george's county. a woman watched as lightning knocked out the power to the neighborhood. >> i was standing outside my house and i could see it up the street. it looked like a fire in the sky. >> it was two big booms. >> on rollins avenue, there was flooding in a man's basement apartment and the sewage backed up as well. on rhode island avenue in northeast we encountered a man whose car had stalled in deep water. >> the june 29 storm that caused the massive outages, the montgomery county council will hold a briefing on pepco's response to the storms today. numerous customers had outages 7 days. the briefing will be at 7:30 p.m. -- at 12:30 p.m. today at 100 maryland ave. and there's someone who has made up a song. we will talk
to pay their respects. >> where there was once chaos, because of a united us there will be calm again. >> alex went to the opening of the batman movie to celebrate his birthday. jesse childress as well. and a 6-year-old veronica sullivan. >> we will honor you by celebrating life, by living our lives better. >> sunday the president flew to colorado to privately meet with victim's family members. >> it was an opportunity for families to describe how wonderful their brother or their son or daughter was and the lives they have touched and dreams they held for the future. >> no one has provided insight into the psyche of james holmes the 24-year-old suspect with no criminal record. he was reportedly brilliant and relatively isolated. he has been accused of planning a diabolical attacked. now a community is enough to hold memorials in the wake of a madness that no one can comprehend. >> all of us in this local community were affected by what happened on friday. we will never be the same. >> the suspect is scheduled to make his first court appearance on monday. jay korff reporting, abc 7 ne
>> oh. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great weekend >> we will find out today's if first lady michelle obama will respond to an officer making negative comments about her. >> let's get things started right now with steve. >> you might want to grab an umbrella as you head up the door. temperatures are quite comfortable, hovering around the 70-degree mark. harrisonburg fredericksburg, this is where you will see the best chance for some showers. they will be light in intensity and will not amount to a whole lot. you will notice showers developing along the west shenandoah valley. they will stick around for saturday. on sunday, a better chance for widespread storms. for today, mostly cloudy and in a bit cooler. look for scattered thundershowers west of d.c. 82 degrees to 87 degrees. let's give an update on this morning's rush hour. hopefully, things are quiet and will remain quiet here >> they are, steve. what is quite is the beltway travel in st. george's county. you can see clearly in this camera that we h
between the u.s. and britain. vice president joe biden fired back and said the u.s. relationship with great britain has never been stronger. romney's camp denies the comments and accused the president opposes campaign of giving an anonymous quote in an attempt to take away its attention from the economy. >> the redskins will report for the first day of training camp today. >> a lot of pressure on robert griffin iii to deliver. >> the fans are starved for success. the players are as well. they want to get out and show people what they are made of. i don't think anybody in the locker room cares where we are ranked. we just have to be successful and we have to play. i am proud to be part of this team. >> jummy olabanji will have live reports coming up starting in the next hour. >> in business news, toyota is grabbing the lead from general motors in worldwide sales. >> more details of a possible facebook phone. linda bell joins us. >> let's talk about that. they are working with it on their own smartphone. it could be released as soon as the middle of next year. we are told facebook
news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." th >> we could be in for another day of triple-digit heat. that means metro writers could be in for some delays today. good morning -- it is july 18. i and steve chenevey. >> i and cynn√Č simpson . we want a forecast from steve rudin. >> 8 heat advisory has been issued for the metro area through this afternoon, into the early evening hours. we may see 105 degrees across parts of the area. 95 to 100 for the daytime. we do have storms on the way later today into the overnight hours thanks to a cold front. nighttime lows will fall into the 70's. into the day tomorrow, it will still be warm and uncomfortable with thunderstorms likely. a break in the heat is on the way as we move into the upcoming weekend with slightly cooler temperatures in the 80's 4 daytime highs. coming up, a look at the daytime extended outlook. first, traffic. >> first, the beltway. no travel time delays as far as the beltway. we do have road work in montgomery county but that will be gone soon at new hampshire ave. the outer loop
and tyson's. lingering roadwork on the outer loop. there is no delay. we have travel times working for us, not only on 270 but on 66, 95 395, and out of frederick and montgomery county. we had a long standing crash yesterday. everything looks smith. we'll check with metro rail at 9:00 -- 5:00. now back to news. >> plenty of ice will be on london for the opening ceremonies of the summer olympic games 3 >> ander spencer has a preview. >> it is the world's largest sporting event. london is its home. athletes have been arriving ready for their moment in history. >> we are ready for these olympic games. i am nervous but we are very happy. >> when we get behind the block we are doing what we practice to do for our entire lives. >> be a little -- olympic report is ready to shine. it passed through buckingham palace. the torch will arrive but the olympic stadium during tonight's opening ceremony and like the olympic caldron. academy award-winning director danny boyle is in charge of the spectator -- spectacle. he is probably best known for the movie "sun millionaire." -- " slumdog millionaire." b
. verizon is under pressure what went wrong during the deadly storm. >> and twitter says the u.s. government requests the most about its users linda bell. explains. >> let's begin with the storms. what went wrong with verizon's 911 service following the storms? the emergency network in fairfax working due to a failure at awer building. verizon says the 911 service is much back up and it plans to do a detailed analysis. twitter has its first transparency report. it has received more requests .rom the u.s. government most of it had to do with occupy wall street protesters posts. government is looking into patent offices outside the d.c. area. commerce department plans to regional offices in silicon valley, detroit, near dallas, and in denver. mcdonald's is focusing on soar.n as beef prices that is making a backyard barbecues more expensive for the fourth of july holiday. stories coming up next hour. headquartersberg in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. looking at 76 degrees on this tuesday. power problems are frustrating enough, the are affecting traffic
use the rain and we're it.ting plenty of d some moderate rain pushing eastward and moving into culpeper. we have had our fair share of overnight. ur andk along the 270 spo beltway.the flash flood warning in frederick. all these showers continue to east. there could be some strong morning south of washington. limited sunshine today. highs in the mid to upper 80's with stormeekend daily. >> you will find things slippery around town. road service buckled in bowie. this is the 50 east. they are making road repairs to ready for theg hour.g rush eastbound 50 at 197. closed is the george washington northbound. traffic is forced to go across memorial bridge and into town. a tree has fallen on the parkway. you can see the wet pavement on bridge.ican legion the light volume is helping us out for now. >> now families and business the worke starting off from lastsing damage storms. >> this is a building in fredericksburg. people say they are lucky to be alive. >> take a look at this dance studio. inside about two cheerleaders, teachers, and parents. the windows blew out and was ordere
leaders have enjoying the perks of free service as the u.s. postal bleede continues to billions. linda bell joins us live from bloomberg headquarters in new york. morning. >> good morning. lawmakers have been singing, please, mr. postman, look and a letter in your bag for free. congressional reports show house members intent on dictating how u.s. postal service he needs dollars havens of mail free million of $45harge -- have sent million of free mail. former senate banking committee is one ofhris dodd accused ofss people getting subprime on deals from countrywide. we will talk about the latest in the nexthe ipad hour. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 4:38, 77 degrees on this thursday. . much more romney shifting his stance on one part of health care reform. on one part of health care reform. are you crazy? i would never go out without my covergirl. i want to look natural, not naked! but look! with covergirl, all you need is 3 little things to make beauty powerful for you. lashblast for voluptuous volume, outlast -- to keep your lips beautiful and not come
too soon at just 61. that is what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great tuesday, everyone. thanks for joining us. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side." >> will details into friday's move appeared shooting and colorado. we have more on one of the survivors, about to attend college in the d.c. region. it's tuesday, july 24. i'm steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. let's check the forecast with adam caskey. >> its corn to be hot and sticky today. you will feel the humidity. we reached 90 degrees yesterday. the clouds kept us cooler than they will today. we don't have the early morning cloud cover that we had yesterday. 75 at reagan national. 72 in winchester, 74 in hagerstown. strong afternoon storms possible. breezy this afternoon, mid 90's. cooler and drier tomorrow, less humid. very comfortable. lisa baden. >> possible drive in maryland on 270. in good shape on 66, 95 maryland, 95 virginia. 395, there was an accident outbound after the 14th street bridge but before the pentagon exit. everyone
the earthquake. it was centered in virginia. the u.s. geological survey plans to map underground faults, wrong video there come a using a plane carrying instruments that will measure magnetic pole over virginia. >> we want to turn to the debate over same-sex marriage. maryland voters will decide whether to uphold the law which was signed by the governor in march. >> opponents were notified they succeeded in petitioning to get the measure on the november ballot. 55,000 signatures were required to force the public bovote. >> an episcopal priest will be allowed to conduct services blessing same-sex couples. that was approved yesterday in indianapolis. >> clergymen there's -- clergy members cannot be coerced or disciplined for refusing to do so. they say the same sex blessing is not a marriage ceremony. there is a new twist in the campaign scandal surrounding d.c. mayor vincent gray. a consultant has admitted a role in what is called a shadow campaign. jeanne harris pleaded guilty to charges she funneled $650,000 in illegal contributions to his 2010 came -- 2010 campaign. other staffers pleaded gu
the week with us. i am cynne simpson. >> i am natasha barrett. good morning steve. >> a mild start to our monday morning. the humidity, you will notice. 77 degrees at reagan national, 79 in quantico. western maryland, 66 degrees in oakland. live super doppler 7 shows the showers from last night are gone. we may have an isolated showers today during the late afternoon. that should not amount to much. 92-97 for the daytime high, nighttime lows in the '70s. tomorrow could reach 100 degrees. let get an update on the rush-hour commutes with lisa baden. >> overnight construction is already gone on the beltway near tyson's corner. they are removing it from the beledweyntway. green light between richmond and baltimore 495. 270 is normal. looks good at the dulles toll way. headlights are northbound 95 out of newington working their way up to the beltway. everything looks good to the pentagon. now to news. >> several lawmakers will join the u.s. department of transportation and other agencies announcing the first ever federal safety standard for rail transit systems nationwide. those will include a
definitely not that case. >> stay with us for good morning america. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> more costly repairs for d.c. residents. last night another round of storms, flooding some homes for the third time in just nine days. good morning, washington. it's friday, july 20. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. let's check the forecast with meteorologist steve rudin. >> the severe weather from last night is gone. we could be dealing with another round of strong storms with heavy rain and gusty wind later this morning into the afternoon. the six degrees right now reagan national airport. 75 at annapolis. the doppler radar is quiet and dry right now, but that will change as we move through the morning and afternoon. daytime highs well into the mid to upper 80s, showers and storms later on today. the heaviest rain later this afternoon into the evening and overnight. some areas may see rainfall rates of one or two inches per our. there could been 3 inches by the time the system goes out. coming up in a few minutes we will
be carry and consume water. metro is making the exception until sunday night. customers are asked to use that are tightly secured. almost 100 people are homeless after a fire damaged their apartments. it happened in woodbridge on eisenhower circle. three firefighters were injured. at theident was treated scene. old rylton thomas may tragedy byted a pulling fire alarms and banging on doors. to save people's lives. in thatmy friends live building. to see my friends go. 25 units in two buildings damaged. the fire started in an attic above with sprinklers could reach. to findators are trying out what caused it. is 4:35.me you can expect more regulation cheap busdirt- services. plus, job growth returns for the presidential campaign. go to bloomberg headquarters in new york. it is about jobs today. the labor department releases the monthly unemployment report in a few hours. we do have stock index futures little changed. mentioned, president hisck obama is wrapping up in ohio and pennsylvania. the jobless rate is expected to steady at 8.2%. monster.com is that with its own report. military-spe
:00 p.m. and midnight. customers are urged to use stations other than smithsonian and federal triangle. more than 500,000 passengers are expected on this independence day. tonight, the sober ride program kicks off. this is an effort to prevent drunken driving. it runs from 10:00 tonight until 4:00 a.m. on thursday. residents can call the number on your screen and receive up to $30 towards a taxi fare for free. >> authorities in the d.c. area and across the nation are on alert for terrorist threats during the july 4 holiday. intelligence services say there will be a stronger security presence even though no security threats have been uncovered. authorities are keeping a close eye on groups in yemen and loan will to do not belong to a particular group. >> still to come, rough times for dozens of metro passengers. they were stuck on a heart -- hot train >> just about 4:41 on this independence day. we have action on the doppler radar. we talked about it earlier. light or moderate showers, with a little bit of thunder and lightning. nothing too strong or severe. this is from hancock merrime
means a little heat to keep us warm. and a good dose of support for my back. some over-the-top comfort couldn't hurt. and our perfect dream factory's been built. you're feeling sleepy already? nighty-night. [giggling] and my condolences go with the family. we were not prepared for this. anyone with information should contact arlington police. >> and annandale family is climber.the loss of a overe's body was found the weekend. believe ben horne and weiss set up camp ridge on the way down. >> this is a young man who led a wonderful life and kept his faith for most always. weather name of played a role in the fall. were high winds and deep snow. >> some police officers will be through several neighborhoods as part of the the beat program. offices are run through communities including pat lane, park, and hillcrest heights. you are invited to run with .hem a police officer who shot on saturday morning is out of the hospital. she told three people to leave disorderly conduct. allegedly shot jacob in the leg. he is charged with attempted first-degree murder. a composite sketch was released of
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